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  • Navarre High School8

    Navarre, FL | Santa Rosa County

    August 14, 2013

    Do not attend this school. Do not allow your children to attend this school. The school is filled with "wanna be ghetto" kids. Faculty is a joke and spend more time prowling the young girls. Stay as far away as possible. No good will come from your child attending this school. They're better off driving another 25 minutes to Gulf Breeze High school

    Submitted by a parent

    July 31, 2013

    The school is an OK school. There has been some bullying and some of the teachers are not the best. I have had some teachers there that were magnificent. The student body could use a reality check but you cannot change people. I will be a sophomore this year and I really hope the school has improved the teaching staff. Algebra 2 teachers have almost all been fired. I hope the school will be a little better. Other than that it is a good learning environment. I really like the college courses and honors courses that are offered at the school too!

    Submitted by a student

    June 4, 2013

    Very disappointed. Our daughter loved her schools until now. Teachers show little interest in actually teaching and only seem interested in prepping the kids for the state exams. We understand it was a good school at one time, but been in a steady decline over past several years. And, the campus really needs work...a real dump!

    Submitted by a parent

    March 1, 2012

    Hi I'm a special needs child in ese and Im being bullied at school and the staff there is no help the school is turning the blame to me when I'm the victim i hate this school

    Submitted by a student

    June 22, 2009

    Like all public schools, there are good and bad things to report. My son graduated in 2008 from Navarre High. His education there was adequate, but not competitive. Teachers and staff were unresponsive to my requests/concerns. A few of the teachers are truly outstanding; but most seem to be just punching their time until retirement eligible. Since he graduated there has been a change in guidance counselors and staff; so there's hope. But if you have an alternative school available, recommend you enroll your child there rather than in Navarre High. My daughter enters 9th grade this coming year and I am moving simply because I do not want her to enter this school. She deserves a better HS education than the one she'd get if I stay here and she attends , I was looking for a job when I found this one so I'm confident I'll find a job

    Submitted by a parent

    February 5, 2009

    My daughter loves this school. We have been very pleased with the teachers and staff. She has excelled and is currently the top 10% of her class.

    Submitted by a parent

    August 27, 2008

    Outstanding school! As a former high school teacher and coach, I am a picky parent. They're not perfect, but strive to be. One son has graduated and another enrolled currently. We've been here for nearly 10 years and see constant efforts to grow and improve.

    Submitted by a parent

    March 9, 2008

    I am currently attending Navarre High School and overall suprised at its excellence. The teachers are sensational and are good at their job. The staff is very helpful. The safety of the school is spectacular. I can be confidant that I will be well prepared for college and the realistic issues of life after high school. Navarre High School is a great institution.

    Submitted by a student

    January 22, 2008

    My child loves Navarre high. She loves her science teacher. He has been very helpful. She went into the school year hateing it now she loves it. Thank you.

    Submitted by a parent

    January 11, 2008

    The school has a lot to work on staff wise. I am a senior at Navarre High School and and honor roll student. I feel ill prepared for college and whenever I interact with school administartive staff most are rude or completely unhelpful. Most of the teachers are top notch but some are not quite as stellar as others. However, on a whole the school is good. Course selection is slim and the halls are crowded but overall the school is safe and a good institution for learning. The only downfall is the administrative staff being rude or ill informed and unhelpful when it comes to helping you academically.

    Submitted by a student

    August 28, 2007

    I have a Junior at Navarre High and have been pleased with her experience there overall. There are certainly areas that can improve and the school is very young. The principal has a vision and seems to genuinely care about the students and their well being now and into the future. He won a state award having to do with incorporating technology into this school after his first or second year here. I believe NHS will continue to improve and will build a strong tradition as a school that gives their students the solid footing they need to go out into the big wide world out there. :)

    Submitted by a parent

    August 27, 2005

    I was in the first class to graduate from Navarre and I loved it. We were able, as students, to mold the direction that our school was going to go in. It was a wonderful experence. I felt the academic programs helped prepare me for college and the life beyond.

    Submitted by a former student

    December 15, 2003

    Navarre has a great high school. The teachers and staff show a great deal of compassion for students. Students leave NHS with a solid education and great experiences. Navarre High is is a wonderful, supportive and safe place to attend school.

    Submitted by a parent

    June 1, 2003

    I don't like the way that the school is run. I don't think most of the teachers teach well. Things like the FCAT are important, and it doesn't seem like they care at all. Just my opinion from seeing what this school is all about, and it's not a good one.

    May 22, 2003

    Academically Navarre High School has a lot to offer. They are soon to be incorporating college courses through the summer as well as during the school year. Extracurricular activities seem to suffer because the coaching staff has been teaching under ten years. Coaches seem to have a problem in separating themselves socially from the students. I believe this is because the school started out with a 9th grade class and then kept adding a grade every year. Their first graduating class was in 2001.

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